It means an often digitally generated steady beat. They can be bought separately (and are very useful for Guitarists learning to shred) although often there is one built in to keyboards.
i don't think there is one. . . there aren't many synonyms for most nouns.
nope metronome is used to count off tempo it ticks at regular time periods
The purpose of a metronome is to keep musicians playing in time with the music. When you set the speed the metronome ticks to the beat of the music which keeps the musician in time.
MM = 200
The SOUND button will mute the speaker. Turn off the speaker when the metronome is not in use to save battery. The LCD stays on continuosly and it will not harm the battery life :)
Metronome. Sometimes abbreviated "mm." for Maezel's metronome.
Tempo is measured in the number of beats per minute. Metronomes were traditionally used to do this, but it is more common to use music sequencers to do so now.
It is a metronome.
the item Metronome will power up any moveused in a row, so the move metronome will be powered up. or rather, the move metronome turns into will be powered up. if metronome turns into anything other than an attack move, the next metronome will be powered up instead.
Prague Metronome was created in 1991.
Online metronome's and metronome applications for mobile and portable devices are widely downloadable from app stores and from websites. One notable web based metronome is webMetronome.
The metronome was invented in 1951 by Johann Maelzel
No, the item Metronome will make a move stronger if used continuously.
Togepi learns metronome at level 6
The bit a on a metronome that moves is called a 'pendulum'.